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Fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy using single wavelength laser

Xie, Chao ; Dong, Chaoqing ; Ren, Jicun

Frontiers of Chemistry in China, 2009, Vol.4(2), pp.191-195 [Periódico revisado por pares]

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  • Título:
    Fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy using single wavelength laser
  • Autor: Xie, Chao ; Dong, Chaoqing ; Ren, Jicun
  • Assuntos: fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy ; single-molecule detection ; single laser excitation ; quantum dot
  • É parte de: Frontiers of Chemistry in China, 2009, Vol.4(2), pp.191-195
  • Descrição: In this paper, we first introduced the basic principle of fluorescence cross-correlation spectroscopy (FCCS) and then established an FCCS setup using a single wavelength laser. We systematically optimized the setup, and the detection volume reached about 0.7 fL. The homebuilt setup was successfully applied for the study of the binding reaction of human immunoglobulin G with goat antihuman immunoglobulin G. Using quantum dots (745 nm emission wavelength) and Rhodamine B (580 nm emission wavelength) as labeling probes and 532 nm laser beam as an excitation source, the cross-talk effect was almost completely suppressed. The molecule numbers in a highly focused volume, the concentration, and the diffusion time and hydrodynamic radii of the reaction products can be determined by FCCS system.
  • Idioma: Inglês

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